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    Unprotected UID

    Hello there, and thanks for all the info!

    Are there any plans for a Python script shell release, with UID from unprotected range?
    Cause, symbiansigned's new system does not allow signing with protected UIDs.

    Thanks in advance!

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    Re: Unprotected UID

    I'm in the same situation. I've been waiting weeks for the Symbian System to come back up and when it finally does, I can't sign the interpreter.

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    Re: Unprotected UID

    Quote Originally Posted by btaylor View Post
    I'm in the same situation. I've been waiting weeks for the Symbian System to come back up and when it finally does, I can't sign the interpreter.
    You can sign it on your machine using Ensymble with your dev cert if you have one.

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    Re: Unprotected UID

    Thanks Croozeus, but...
    The problem is that I don't have a dev cert, and currently the only way to sign an application is via Open Signed process (which prohibits signing of apps that use a UID from protected range).

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    Re: Unprotected UID

    On ensymble you can choose the UID you want!

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    Re: Unprotected UID

    Quote Originally Posted by Rafael T. View Post
    On ensymble you can choose the UID you want!
    But it still requires a dev cert, doesn't it?

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    Re: Unprotected UID

    I don't think so ... try it there and see if it requires.

    BG

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    Re: Unprotected UID

    Sorry about this mess. We weren't aware that Open Signed refuses to sign packages with UIDs from protected range - it worked just fine with the original devcerts!

    1.4.3 freedevcert scriptshell package will have UIDs from unprotected range. It'll be released in a few weeks.

    In the mean time someone can make such a package based on the 1.4.2 source and post it to their website or somewhere.

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    Re: Unprotected UID

    That's great news jplauril!
    Thank you all very much!

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    Re: Unprotected UID

    Quote Originally Posted by jplauril View Post
    1.4.3 freedevcert scriptshell package will have UIDs from unprotected range. It'll be released in a few weeks.
    Great to know that its few weeks away!
    If possible, it would be good if we have a small word from you regarding its new addons and new implementations

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    Re: Unprotected UID

    Quote Originally Posted by jplauril View Post
    In the mean time someone can make such a package based on the 1.4.2 source and post it to their website or somewhere.
    That would be nice, can anybody do that? Thanks!

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    Re: Unprotected UID

    Anyone? :-)

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    Re: Unprotected UID

    Hi there,

    here is a solution provided by Ville Tuulos (unsigned PythonScriptShell with UID from Test Range):

    http://www.cs.helsinki.fi/u/tuulos/P...tRange_UID.sis

    Thanks to Esa Eteläperä

    cheers,
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    Re: Unprotected UID

    Quote Originally Posted by leninsgodson View Post
    Hi there,

    here is a solution provided by Ville Tuulos (unsigned PythonScriptShell with UID from Test Range):

    http://www.cs.helsinki.fi/u/tuulos/P...tRange_UID.sis

    Thanks to Esa Eteläperä

    cheers,
    MobiLenin

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    Hi Jurgen,

    Great to see your first post on the DiBo. Thanks for the unsigned shell with signable UID range...

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    Re: Unprotected UID

    Quote Originally Posted by jplauril View Post
    Sorry about this mess. We weren't aware that Open Signed refuses to sign packages with UIDs from protected range - it worked just fine with the original devcerts!

    1.4.3 freedevcert scriptshell package will have UIDs from unprotected range. It'll be released in a few weeks.

    In the mean time someone can make such a package based on the 1.4.2 source and post it to their website or somewhere.
    @jplauril
    its really a great news for all new python developers. hope the version will we out soon.
    @ jurgen
    hi jurgen its really great that u have started participating in the python dibo we will really get a lot from u in the future.

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